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AMUSEMENTS. Ellsler's Atheneum. BbylockJ Int th rsbnot or VMicf If on or BhakrpesrV beat drw(l ih,raoter.!i It !, on, too, that,watliai.dle. tuatamatit on thf opf any. thing like reaaonabl prejudice, hM many Una and noMn trgifa ( j ltartijfterr, the"' M "T rX'bbarao.terl.lwer,vry.ably ie, forth by Mr Couldook last 'night in hi tendiMAn -of Khyloek. Th contending passions in the mono lender1! mind were brought out in a strong tt9itdttgh,t,0 f t. HjV Couldiick a Portia, whether Jn the character of te;fid, (ot,'rjthe learned jarsi W equally happy and graceful in her'itDpersunktlon'. The other prominent character were also in able lands, and the pgj !4PKidTVreiOtatonJ JOur duly regret It, that more did not witnen it to be both enter tained and plofked byltp-pduc(,ion Mr. Coaldoek takes a bei ell t to-night. Thoie who ppri4e n dgraatio feniuaind r)Texpertene In The profession, will dertairily be gratified' wtth the opportunity for manifesting this evening their re gard for .one of the great masters of the dramstle art,, atertainmentrwill be provided thatoannot fall-tepleaseand delight all visitors.? The obarmtng jK-pntar; p1V of the Cricket on the Hearth, from DiekeoV .celebrated story, will bet produced at ttje Attsenewmthls erening. . Mr. Ooulduek will rapre ept Calob Plummer.and Miss Coukloek, Dot. The fare of the Twe Uregorles Will be the afterpiece.'; , BUSINESS NOTICES. Farmers ! Don't pay the bijr priceg tsk?d for; ranking your clothing. Gtt a Veei Scwlngila chineand make your own clothes. You win ityevthe prica of ip- it) tliree triorUhe. CmWanaf gee ttia WrWSowlnc Jlafhliioftt No. 238 South High street, yp sUtra. f t ,i,;.T Wooel ftotVltir irjaeftlsio, ,-yt Is the brut iio break lnff tiedli or get' ting out of order. ,.. r,Tb Wfed NciDg Jtlachlne Will make the finest shirt or the heaviest overcoat. . i ' SPECIAL NOTICES. . ..KUKOK9 OF YOUTH. ' A' . UENTLEMAN:"WTIT) - SUFFERED . FOB years from Nervous- Debility, i'retnat. re l.e cay, aid all theefiectaof youthful indisoreiioo, will, for; Ihfttak ol suffering humanity, send free to all who need it, the reoipe and direction fur making tb simple remedy by which he was cured. Suffer ers wishing to profit by (he advertiser's experience, can do so by addressing, in per f cot ounndenve, febM-lat . No. 13.Cbjioori o't., New York. THE QBEATENGLISH REMEDY CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS pifJTECTEo'" fVjr UETTESB' PATENT BT EOYAX 'mV, rrepai'tdromaprucription oatrJ.aartt.M.D, i iPkyiicia'n fo.raordinury to th QHWt,.. . . This invaluable medicine ii unfailing in'ttfe curs f All Uoa Painful and danterons disasts to which the female constitution is subject. It moderates all exoess and removes all obsiruotioos, and a speedy euVimaybeTe.ledou. '.'.,',' "'p.,'.' , .. ,, ,. co ik i xo mauhied Ladies . it li peculiarly suited. It wil, in a short time, bring on the monthly period witk regularity. P&flh,botUo, price One Dollar, bears the Govern ment tjUmput Urestritaia. tq prevent counter feitfi.:.-'i '...!,.; "ir . i i '.it. -.- Thttt tillt tkouldnet httakm by Fmalf during M 'FIRST TURKS MONTHS f Pregnane, o tKtjfort mr la bring on MUvQrrtagt, but at qny otkirtim they onto In all tales, of fiervoos end Hpinal AOeotions, J'ains Ml.UieBaokand Lnibs, Fatigue ob slight ex trtion,- Palpitation of the Ilea t. Hysterics, and Whites, these Pills will effect a cure when all other means have failed; and although a powerful remedy. do not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or anything hurtful to th Constitution. Full direetlonkie the pamphlet around each pack as;t phioh sbWdb rtrofplIjreserveoV, ' , BOLD 'byIi.L JRV0GIS1S. " ' ' Bote Agent fo'tbetnlted States and Canada, JOU MOSKS.il7Cortlandt8U.Kew York. N'.'-f.VjgaHd six postage stamp Incloeed any authorised, Agent, wil) .insure a bottle, contain ingaunuvDjr return jnau.,,., k. ,,..:, , ACiSb, lelt r aior Tlirtmg, 'i: lo t .r'f "f :'xi,,i i Tj i RIQUIRK8 IIIMIDUtS ITTIKTIOK,' AD 00r( OHICIID. If ALLOW ID TO oomTutu,; , Irritation ef tli tnngsaFenaaneBt Ibroait AflecllotH wr'ati Iubl V, i- iw'li 'iU''l ': ' ; ..i',.ln.lfcWIW -MStJUS,.) ..?,.,,: Iatii'. but r.t..l,UK 'I''.'. --Oil", tl.i; Orown's .Ororichlal: Troches b'aVinw.Ta'i'i piVPT:'u'rieNC. OIV lMMIDIATI aiLiir. T libllA y.l'.lilM ii r.ll l..l , .11 Ii.'. :n 'iK F' DrcrniiltU' Aeilitsia;, : Oitarra, i.ii .J jntl '., Iv.iu . Iiii - jn. raoctiiiS'AM tflib wirrf ir,wiVi:Booi)' acociss. -rtii lltslMi ) III Int'ji - -8IH GEES AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS . will find IrocJut useful in eieai lag theuotce when- taken before Singing or Speaking, and relieving he thaoai after asr f naatialsrxetioa o te. voeai or atg.Tbi Tf aWftecofrmyijed jnd Rrescri d by Physicians, and have bad testimonial from enlrreatlBn ttirtaghoaV (hat o tin try. Beink an article of true merit, and bvlag.o iholr effl. aoy by a teat of many yean, each year find ihem-4 pew localities in various part of the 'World, and . he'7riJuBruWMllypinbnLeWBtettbaB other articles. i pttH only.VHaowx'i Bbokckial. Iiocus," and do not take any of the WortAlttt Imitation that-mag bwoSered. , .. , .i V . ', . bold every where iri'lhe United states, ax a in Fereign Countries, at St cent per box, lOcWe-dA wUm .".,'.'.'.''.''.' ?hs ; Great New England Remedy "DBi J. W, rOLANDsi... Thite Pine Compoilnd.1 T now-offered to theafDioted tbronshoot the ooun- 4ry, altw having been priced by the test M. eleven igve becouae a well known as the tree front Wbioh ura. iu lua now iki sua dwuv. wiine iu menu lnpait,rtaenve tvirtue.-3-'' . m .:i'irtu .- THE WHITE PlflE LCmPOURD CURES " IU Bora Threat, Uolde, Voxtghs . Diptheria, Bronchi tiv bpitting of lllmid, and Pulmonary Affection generally I', if id a remarkable Hemedr for 1,1 Kidney Complaints, Diabetes, Uiineultyn r-!i of Voiding Urine, Weeding from the Kidney and bladder. Gravel, , and other oomplaints. GiVe It 'a trial if yoi woeld leanr the value f a good and tried medicine' it ia plosut,.alei aad gttTeAr-' ' 'i ' 1 ' ''i i'" ' ' ' ' ! I ,i' -I'll bold by Druggist and dealer InMedieine gen. GEO. W. 8WETT, HI. D., 8u Ii-'i PeoBTieUii, Boston, Ma JanlVUw8u BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE! The Original and Beet in the World I The only true and perfect Halt Dy Bruile,BaU.bl and Instantaaeona. Fredaoea immediately a splendid JUmdk W natural Drown, without injuring th hair or skin. Remedies the 111 effeob'bt bad dye. Sold byaiI)WMkiU. tTM'nUUeligaeJ William A. Batohelor. Alto, fiEGENKUiTLNQ EHUAGT OF l fr Beetortncaad ueerensry log tha Hair. , "f; HARiiKSBATCHKLOR HTorlri" JrtnoT 4 ivn M ma-oiati - llilad'. VILU M.4. West BToadwar.;Ma, niAWulnja.liisa sV k. I. 01BD IH VVlVif ViHUi Wii WTVViKjVSirafM f,yeriagpf,eirk: ;h trtpiaiit MtWrJ j;J Tateuweaee. uue wuuuuiim 14 jm oiuoe-si Broadwa), near the Exohange Bank. iiwhsfuwni'-i ti'-ii, r 1, agrvit'iniksirm SPECIAL NOTICES. Notice. YBhEKEIBT tJfVErT 'THAT'THH' HCBSCRI'1 A berwatUiadayappolpM and qualified a Ad- fiinietrator or toe autate' Of John Sutton, Ute of ranklid county' rieotased. MtfSEMENTST 4 stK tht, orroawa aouta hdi or pirifoi. JOHN El.tSt.ER:. .Wanwer. K. ll.'UEAKY i .....TroMurer. r riroae or AnmrtiioK DreseOlreleand ParoueHir 50 cents; Kceerved isents 73 rents; wronenira unairs 75 centxj Family Circle ts rents; Private lloxes Uallory for Colored persons SS cent. . iiKNF.rrr or niafl cout.DocK. Upon wnioh occasion will nn preseniea ine Deaau ftaVdomestio Drama; from Diokem'ilhrhrtinee utTy.i ailed the Cricket nn the Hearth.; till oh ' PlumnnrJ aTovMaker, Mr C.W. Couldwk. Dot. little wife-' of Porrybingle, Miss Couldock. Frldajr' 'Evening i .. nWi. AO CRICKET ON ,THBj HEARTIJo Concluding With (he 6eloliratcd Cfiol et'D.nce. it.. i j loeonciuie who, J .Ail i a c ill THE TWO ORE00KIE8 rn nreDiratloni MilkvWhite." Also, the cele- bratedsffoctaeleof the"'aiad Queen' in a style-vfr uatniAcenoe never boforo equalled in this oily., r e SPECIAL NOTICES. to . .1 n i i - r. i; l r; I 1 ; "ii Ac ain's magnolia ijii.ni' ' "f This is the most delightful andoxtraordinary article ever discovered- It change the sun-burnt face and hands to a pearly satin texture of ravishing beauty, imparting the marble purity of youth, and the die- Ungu appearance, so inviting in the city belle of. fashion.' i It removes tan reckles,' pimpled and roughness from the skin, leaving the complexion' JrMhl transparent and liooth. It contains do ma terial injurious to the skin . Patronised by Actress es and-OperaSinfter.' It it Whalerery lady should have.'1 Bold everywhere. Retail price. JO oti. Prepared by W. E. Haoan, Troy, N. Y. Address ell rders to , DEMA8 BAaNES4C0.,lfew York, oett-dawly ',' . . t,- - . ' 1 , 'I .: : I'..! A llouaelsold Neceaalty Exlalafor th . .. ue oi Dli0'H CATAUttll ' -SLTF," Which, In the fret stages of a bold, acti like magie Headache, Hoarseness, Diplhcrio, and llronchitis. Bure Eyes, Deafness, Had Taste aud Biiofl, being the vctnlt of Catarrh. This Snuff femovos and pre vent all these, and insures a healthy Head. It effects are pleasant and safe, eved for infant who sutler from Snuffles. It ha the highest professional testimonial. Hold by all Druggists, or sent by Mail to all parts of V. &., or So cent for One Box. or I for Four Hoxe. Addros , J AS. DUKfi O, P. 0., ox K3J, i . . w .orkCity. At Wholesale, by DEM AS. HARNESi t CO., SI ParkRow.Ne York. . june-lyd4w. FOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS MA THEWS' VENETIAN HAIR DYE has stood the test of trial, and is constantly increasing in publio favoi1. ' ; ' 1 '' - i !; )!.: r '. it is' the best and chcapoet in the world. Fiiee TteanU. :r . .1 :. It give a beautiful, luitrous, natural color, ,', ' It is complete in one bottle. , , ' .. ) t does the work the first time. It doe not crock, amut or stain. ' It does not rub off or fade. ' ' J , It always gie satisfaction. A child can apply it. ' THIS HAIR DYE is manufactured by a peculiar proce.'S (know only to Mr. Mathews),which render I, InAnilAfv a.inApt.ii. in n A vm In marlrAl ' , in using i an, vtOLiug ui& you avoid that RUSTY, DEAD appearance by Which dyed hair is so easily recognised when an Inferior article has been used. - I Invest 75 cents, and yoa will be convinced. 8old by all Druggist and Fancy Good Dealer A. 1. MATHEWS Manufacturer. DEJ1AS UARNES A CO., New Y6rk, Wholesale Agents. . . .i ,mayll-deodly : AQUA aenAGNOElA; ' " A toilet delight The ladioe' treasure and gentle-i .men's boon I The "sweetest thing" and largest quantity. Manufactured from the rioh Southern Magnolia. Used for bathing the face and person, to render the skia solt and fresh, to prevent eruption to perfume elbthing, aoi- i:.il It overoornei'the unpleasant odor of perspiration. It remove redness, tan, blotches, Ac. i Iteures nervous headache and allays inflammation, . Uoools, (often and add delicaoy to the skin. Jt,yields as.ubduedand lasting perfume. Iteures tnusqaeto bite and stings of insect. 7 - It contain material injurious to the akin. - ; 1 Patronised bf Actresses and Opera Singer. ' It la what every lady should', hav:;, oli everywhere.'; Try the Magnolia Water ouee and yoa will as no other1 Cologne, Perfumefy, or Toilet Water aOer- warda.';" ".' , DEMAS BARNES CO.. .,., '2: ''"'1 ' " Prop. Exclusive Agents, N . T.' octa-rlawly '" ; ' ALLCOCKiH FOUOM PLAJTEU8.1! CORE LUMDAQO; PAINS-'OIT THE SIDE, VARICOSE VEINS', SORE CHEST o! An Electrician, who hag bad teaf experience' their effeots In local Shevmatttm, in lie Doloremo, ao4 jeep seated vervoun a,nd other pains, and In af-feoeioris-orthe kidneys, etc., etc., attributes all their selative, Wimnhttive, and pain-relieving effect to ifcdWclualltien.' Ilea'sertl the rekixifal the JieaKbi eleotlio condition Uqullibliuln) of theparU and (Ai being restcred, pain and morbid action cease". "'-"''' i. rH t. n m) XAME BACK. TjtANPBKTB Housx, Niw Yom, Nov. 23, 1859. ', $, AllCOCI, Vo. Gmtitmip: , I lately suffered severely from a 'weakness in tmf back, 1 Having . heard Jour Piasters much recommended in cases of this kind I procured one, and the result wa aiUhaV I could desire. A single Plaster oured me in a week. mi iuA Yo,"f.KepepU'uUyVl . General Agency, Brandreth Honse, New Yorkii"' I ' BoWballDwfertlnMedlbihrjs';" '"'''' .jauawwim,,,, .... , REBEL COLORS DESTROYED I ' .W.hefl nature or time ha planted on the haman head suoh oolors a rebel agaiaitaNrery ideawf eomeJ line -s, replace them wlth thos -gtorioittr hndbxqttl lit black and bcavA tinges everywhere, deemed tha ,n.,,, STANDARDS OF BEAUTY ' Wbioh are produced in tve mintei withowt iajnr. lhthe fibre or sUining the edlpyby'' f "" "' I' m cnisTADoao'a UAiR "bwiwr Manufaetarad by J. CRUriTADOROj'No.'a AC tor House, 'w York.'. Mold by t)raggiu; ) Ap plied by all Hair Dresser. . ... janSl dAwlm , yt. A PARC TQ:iWAUps;y li A Clergyman, while residing In South America g g misionary. discovered a af and impl remedy for tha Car of Nervou W eakness.1 Early Decay1 lliseases of the Drlnary and Seminal Organs, ani tha whole tralp of dlMrderi brought tf by baneful and vicious habit. Great number! have been, al ready cured by thia noble remedy. Promted by" a desire to benefit the affiioted and nnfortnnate, I will end the receipt for preparing and using this medi cine, In a icaled nvelop,V anif inV'irhdWd'it. tmo Chowg, .i .;;i . , .,',', ,i ,.,',' ,''.'.. Please lnolose a poet-paid envelop, ad dree d te TVUHelf. Address. ) Al,y,M.A ) JOSEPH T. INMAW mfn i i mti: j ii o . nj -.ito e'DSTATioN D, BibliHovsi, menTO-iiy eiew York City. Cptgate',, Armatio: ;Ve A npribl " aaHpoeed rrentreflia- eer'iae inf especially designed1 for tha tia of A'l aod for tha HarMr?. It yarfaiaa ia exqu1si(iC.an.4i wubin;';roperte( nnfivaile4r Par al hTn DrtisIW ' febl-Awlf in l.lTbi'irWalt'a'aiml.aV.ia tell and Inrtrnotion for Yduiig Men.' Atteaew ihd reliable iraatment for Disease of tha Urlaary a Sexual Systems Sent free, in' eealed envalojpe tsar Attgmmn&sssi SPECIAL NOTICES. Telegraphic. FROM WASHINGTON. Groundless Reports—Death of an Eminent Missionary—Freedmen In Louisiana—Minister to Ecuadore Resigned—Aspirants for the Position. ! Nbw York, February 22.he Tribune's V'R.shlnjrton specinl says: Statements tule trraphcii liouco that there Is. tr be an 1 m mo il late mid eehcral disruption ot the Cabinet pre entirely groundless. I Rev. Rnfus V. Btiell died In this city yes terday. Ho was lor uiauy years an eminent rnisHiouary of the Baptist denomination to Greece. j Maj. Gen, Balrd, Assistant ComhilsBloiicr Oitbb Freodiueo's Bureau for LoulHiana, has published a circular to planters of St. Martins In reply to certain? resolutions adopted by them at a meeting to regulate contracts 'with freed men, in which he com f itments them for their liberality andltis ice, and speaks of the resolutions as high ly creditable to them, but suggests a tew Imp rovements that would render the rules provided by the resolutions acceptable to all parties. The Tltiies' Washington special says: F. passaurcck, Mlnlfter to Kcuadore, has sent tit his resignation to the State Department. Already there are four or live candidates for the succession, all from Ohio: Among the aspirants are two members of the Ohio Legislature, namely, Messrs. Stanton and Nixon. .'',''" Memorial Services in Honor of Henry Winter Davis. ' Washington, Feb.. 22. Before eleven o'clock this morning the galleries were crowded In anticipation of the memorial exercises, in honor of the. memory of the late Hon. Henry i Winter Davis. The flags above the Speaker's desk were draped in black, and other insignia of mourning were exhibited. A fine portrait of the honored dead peered through the folds of the Na- Honnl banner above the Sneaker's desk. The Marine Band, during the hour preced ing the opening ot. the exercises, occupied the ante-room of the reporters' gallery, and furnished appropriate music. ! A t!2 o'clock the senators entered, the. J3dge'of the Supreme Court, preceded by Uinet justice tjnase, also many oniccrs ol the army and others. The President was not present, out Secretary Stanton and Sec retary McCulloch entered the hall before the opening of the exercises. Sunor Hom er o, tlie Mexican minister, uov. Denton, or JNew xorK, and Juuge Advocate lien, llolt, are among the dignitaries present. Afteranrayer by tne Chaplain, the Declar ation of Independence was read by Hon. Kdward McPherson, Clerk of the House of Representatives. - After reading of the De claration, followed by the playing of adirgo by the band, Hon. Schuyler Colfax, Speak er of the House ol Representatives, arosa and said: ;i '' ; . Lapies and Gkn'tlemen: Ibe duty has been devolved upon rnuof introducing to you the friend and fellow member here of ilenry Winter Davis, and I will detain you but a moment from his address,' to which you will listen with saddened interest. The world always appreciates and honors courage the courage of Christianity, Which sustained martyrs in tne amphitheatre, at the 6takeand on the rack; the courage of patriotism, which inspired millions In our land to realize the historic fable of Curtitts, aud to (111 up with their bodies, if need be, the yawning chasm which Imperiled the Republic; tne courage of humanity, which is witnessed in the house and the hospital, at the deathbed, of the homeless and the prison; cell ,,: of . the convict. , i,But there is -a courage of statesmen be sides'; and nobly was it ' Illustrated by the statesman whose national ser vices wc commemorate to-day. IiV flexibly hostile to' oppression, whether of the slava on American soil as of Repub licans struggling in Mexico azainst mon archical invasion; faithful always toprlncl- pie anu to noerty ; cnampioniiig always the cause of the down-trotluen ; learless as tie was eloquetitln his avowals, be was mourn- rid throughout a continent, and from the Potapsco to the Gulf, the blessings of those iwho had been ready to perish followed hlra to his tomo. it is fitting, therefore, though dying a private citizen, that the nation should render him such marked and unu sual honors in this hall, the scene of so many of his Intellectual triumphs, and I .have great pleasure in Introducing to you, as tne orator or the day, uon. J. a. Ures welh his colleague In the 39th Con cress. and now Senator from the State of Mary- Janu.j'., iv . ' --.:-: it vi V: i jv'" -..Mr, Creswoll then tlolivered a eulogy upon the UfOuaud services ot the eminent dead. . Mr.Crcswell commenced by an appre prlate reference to the memories of the day and the;tiniesof luiu In whose honor It Is ob served, and to the recent memorial services of the second father of his country, and then proceeded to give a brief biography ot the early lite of Mr. Davis, his struggles lor an education and a profession, with a record oftheaubsequent events of his re markable career, his political opinions and his labors, and bis triynioh of freedom and patriotism. He ploturea vividly the-open-Ingsceuesof the rebellion in Maryland, re vealing the deceased as the central figure and master spirit among the. staunch opponents of secession in council, on the Stump, and in the columns .of the newspapers? aod.i in 'exeryyother field of loyal action; constant untiring, deter pi ined.v almost, ubiquitou do his activ ity 'nd never'desponding' irr the darkest hours; cheering his friends and astounding his enemies, who,-while cursing him, were 'yet charmed hy his mBTvcloui tongue. He illustrated the Congressional career of the deceased and his seal fop Unionism and an tagonism to.slaveryj with- gems I rout his Speeches, tlie recital of which drew tears .from many eyes among his former associ ated o fi(jj) ,h '-i H f LM 1 1 ' A At1 the'closerjfHhe oration 'Mr.1 Stevcnk, 'of Pennsylvania. m,fved that a vote of thanks e-'ffriileVed to the oratof, ;-w!th a-fei' !queAt fm;Xc0Py Pl.the pratidn for prlnlr infc :iwhLtul waa ubanimouly carried, vl J I The benediction waa given and the con oonrse dispersed. :i t to ;n (nu --"i The President's Policy Indorsed Speech by the President. :',Washinoton, Feb;i2'.A' large political meeting was held to-day in Grover'a Thea ter In favor of the.Presldent's.pplicTi ' "" j. The National MbnumentSociety held the an d iversary ; to-day. President Johusou presided and made a few remarks, alluding Washington's farewell address as con taining the principles by which he sought to be guided and expressing the hope that all the States would continue their contri butions , to the ; structure to, ue cou ploted an ' enduring TOemorlal- to the restoration of all the . States to1 their' proper relatlQbs W the .General Govern? thent.'". ' ' - :t Speech by the President. Gen. Grant and the President. Washington, Feb. 22. The Nation i Itjr telllgencer feels warranted in qontradicting thenrepresentatlons which have .been ex tensively published, that some alienation effecting between te President and Lieut. General Grant "was4 involved ay it conse Querfoa of the suppressloa-And j-evlval iof AerRtchnMnd Examlnei". The Fenian Congress. PrrrsBtiRQ, Pa Feb.-22. The Fenian Congress was) in sessloi) to-day; knd ail . the delegatef'ere ' present: vThev''cotnmittee nominated' W 1111' vacancies' reported the names of Pt W. puane, of IU, E. S, parley, er N. Y, James TJonnelly, of Mass J. Hf Carlton, of N. J., A-L- Morrison, of Mo., J. Darler, Of the District of Coluoiblaand hey were allelected.-' Oerl. Sweeney haaoV ec) iu a report with plans, which was unanj tmonsly received, ;The Congress adjourned JiJ'J'UAU ,d)lM ZKxi.ux The Fenian Congress. FROM NEW YORK. Ovation to Our Minister to Russia, by Merchants of Moscow. i coMr.r; p ,. - '; ? tr n SXew Yobk, Feb. 22. The banquet to our inUtcrln Russia by the corporation of merchants of Moscow was a very enthusi astic affair. It was designed as an acknowl edgment of the courtesies shown the Rus sian fleet while at this city Mr.iLlarolii, President of, the Imperial' Exchange, said that the Americans, setting; aside all considerations of minor impor tance. aud paying no regard to the, chaog fng aspect of politics, have ever shown the nselvei friends of tblB people and gov ernment. Let us, therefore, gratefully ac knowledge their 'Amicable disposition to- wards this empire, and let us drink to, the health of the worthy aud highly esteemed Andrew Johnson, the President .of the, freat power on the other ride of the ocean: ' 'The President of the . United States of jAnverica."- .-, , -. Protracted cheering followed this toast, the band joining in with "Hail Columbia." h At the request of the committee, General Clay permitted the following telegram to be sent to the American Consul at Liv erpool, for transmission by mall to the United states; ' ; - r , i - ; ' v To Hit Excellency, Andrew Johnsonl Pei- 1 dent of the U nited States of America: Merchants Of Moscow, welcoming to their ' City the Minister of the United States, drink to the health of your excellency. Signed Pres't of Com. of Reception. Air. Clay responded in a suitable mauuer, .. returning thanks. Mr. Curtln, American Secretary of Lega- tlon, addressed the company;) In allustoa o the Russian telegraph he said: I may point to the Russia-American telegraph as a common achievement of both nations and as a work of world-wide renown and Importance. I venture to say, that no en terprise ever enjoyed anything like thd: popularity which rewarded the scheme of , binding two countries together. My coun trymen patiently await the moment when, giving expressions to their feelings of re spect and .gratitude, the President of the United States will profit by the completion ot the new line, and dispatch the first salu- :' tatory telegram to the Czar. You have., spoken of the past and future of Russia and America. To this I reply that both ot us- Dave nothing to De ashamed ot In the past, and nothing to fear in the future. In the past, liussia ana America, firmly relying upon God, have botli battled for their in dependence and annihilated foreign influ ence In their midst,' whatever shape it .ss'ume. Thus far we have been suc cessful, and we wish for nothing better than that God may be as gracious to us ' and our children as he has been to our an cestors.. As regards the future, the two countries will be only more Intimately con nected, naving icarncu to Know each otner In the past. I am convinced, gentlemen, that the more intimately acquainted my countrymen shall become with you, the more tney will love you. , , . , Alter the address Mr. Curtin was seized and kissed by every Russian present." The Algonquin Declared Unfit for Service. Nkw York, Feb. 22. The official report of Chief EnitineersDanby, Fithianand Kel logg,, general inspectors or steam ma chinery In the navy, appointed, by the De- fiartment to conduct the competive experi ments of the Wlnooski and Algonquin, is ti M t ah ii1 '- st A In tenia li A frlirtl ilAn i lor machinery of the Algonquin has failed in every guarantee, anu that tnat vessel is unlit for naval service. It states that neith er of the vessels steered well. , , V '.'"' Nkw York, Feb. 22. The annual con-' ventlon of the Theta Delta Chi fraternity ' Is now in session at the Astor House, and. will continue for two days. Hon. John A Green, of 111., is Chairman of the conven tion. A large number of delegates from all parts of the Union are in attendance. (The poem, which it was expected the Sec retary of the late President Lincoln, Hon. jJno. Hays, would deliver, will be given by morrow e vening, by II. T. Can field, of Cleveland. Mr. Win Merriam, of N. Y, will deliver the oration, to, be followed by a banquet at the Astor. FROM TRENTON, N, J. Negro Suffrage Resolutions in the Legislature. Trenton, If. Feb. 22. Resolutions fa voring .negro, suff rage and condemning President Johnson's policy were Introduce ed in the Senate to-day by Mr. ScoyilU' (Rep)., and lost. They are as follows: . Whkhkas, It has been decided by the Supremo Court of the United States that the great' political law of America 13 that every change ot Government shall be con ducted under the supervision and authority of some existing legislative body extend ing the protection of positive law to the polls, defining the general rights of voters, and protecting them In the exercise of the elective franchise; and, 1 1 Whkrkas, It is a great fundamental prin ciple of the American Government that legislation shall guide the political change, and that some w hero within , the United States there is always a permanent organiz ed authority which guides the foosteps of those who seek to restore Governments which are disorganized and broken down; therefore. i l Resolved, That Congress, guided by the highest' pre-exsli?ting political author ity, ought to, under the fourth article " of the Constitution, guarantee to the States lately in rebellion, a republican form ot government. ' ' ;' Resolved, That' a policy which utterly , ignores the rights, civil and political, of five million of freed men, some of whom have shed their blood for the .salvation of the republic, does not possess, and cannot fiossess, any elements of vitality or Jus-i ice. - '' . " ' '. ;' . Resolved, That for New Jersey, and In the name of the coun try, we tender at once our sympathy and respect to the bold and de termined toon in Congress who have been and are to-day faithful to the principles) that 'nlade us a party and carried 'as tri umphantly through, .four , years of civil war. ' '-.ii .-.''. i '. . j Resolved, That the great cause which pro claims equality before the law as one of the fundamental principles, ; Is strong enough to survive the defeat of. any parti san, and that in the conflict for the riehts "of mankind, we will adhere to and maintain the doctrines or the declaration or Inde pendence. ,,.....!., ,,. '. Mr.SeovllI, in offering these resolutions. said: Infidelity to liberty is a bad invest ment wherever made; "Andrew Johnson made the worst Investment of his life when he yctoed the Freedmen's Bureau, bill. , He abandoned j ustlce and trampled upon every principle that elevated him to power. ' A lively and exciting discussion occurred on the resolutions. FROM EUROPE. Debate on Fenianism in the House of Commons—Seward Charged with being the Head Center —New Discoveries—The Spanish Chilian War. . Nbw York, Feb. 22. The steamer City of Baltimore, from Liverpool 7th inst.l has arrived. The Cuba arrived up at U o'clock. 1 1n the House of Commons Watklns gave notice that on the 16th he should ask the! Chancellor, of the Exchequer whether any; or what representation bad bee a made oa behalf of Her Majesty's Government to the Government of the United States with ref erence to the Fenian organization in Amor-, lea nor espeolaUy with regard to the em ployment ot Amerloan -officers and issue of bonds by the so-ealled Irish republic. . .. i In debate on the address lu.irespouse to tha Qneen's speech, O'Donobue enlarged on the Irish, grievances. He moved amend ment to the address, declaring It to be the duty of ministers tx examine into the causes' of 'Irish dlsiatiBfactlon. and remove 1 l-i) i-ilvjj ,:;ii..!u.'iu'J thSA ifS'ffenef'al debate on Fenlanktii, in the oeurse'tof which" H wa charged that the conspiracy Vas of Afflftncarr origin and that Seward was the real Head Center, the amendment was rejected 310 to 25 and the address was agreed to . . The cattle plague was the leading topic id both Houses. . '' " . ' i The Morning Herald believes the exist ence of the ministry depends upou the way it deals with the subject. The Dublin police have discovered a sec ond extensive Fenian manufactory ot ammunition- in that: city. Some soldiers cbargad with Fenlanlsm were being court martialed. :; . ' ;'' ' ' ..' ' Official dispatches from the French Min ister at Washington to Xapoleon respect ing the' Bagdad allalr were received and iitiuoonces that the United Slates Govern ment has thoroughly decided not to allow Itself to be drawn into conflict with France through illlibustcrs or Juarez agents, t The Spanish Government decided to issue letters of marque against Chili, upon proof that Chill has adopted this mode of warfare. : The Minister of State announced In Cor tes that Peru is probably at the present time jn open hostility with bpaln. I It is reported that the Italian Govern ment sent an energetic note to Madrid in consequence of serious declarations con cerning Italy In the Spanish diplomatic book. ' ... ' i ! It Is stated Austria is about to send a note to Prussia firmly refusing the dvinauds of the latter in regard to the Duchies, j Livkbpooi, Saturday night V. S. 520's close at (SilH' " ' ' ' ''' " 1 Paris, Feb. ll). Bourse fiat. .Rentes Close at C8f 75c. - - ' ' . The Prussian Chamber of Deputies have passed a resolution, by .a lanre maloritr, protesting against the attempt of the Su-J preme uourt to restrict iiDcriy oi speecn. FROM INDIANAPOLIS. Abolition State Convention—Resolutions Adopted—Congress Openly Indorsed—The President but Slightly. Indianapolis, Ind- Feb. 22. The Union State Convention met at 10 A. M, Major General Lew Wallace temporary chairman. Uis address deprecated division and urged harmony. .Alter the oppoiutineutot couii mittees on Permanent Organization aud Resolutions, adjourned till 2 P. M. . , AFTERNOON SESSION. I The Convention reassembled at 2 P. M. The committee on Permanent Organiza tion reported Gov. Baker for President. The Convention then nominated the follow ing State ticket: D. R. Williamson, Attor ney General; C. Truster, Secretary of State; T.B. McCardy, Auditor; Mai. Gen. Nathan Kimbitll, Treasurer; F. W. Pass, Superin tendent of Public Instruction..;, - The resolutions adopted declare full faith in President Johnson and Cabinet, and the Union members of both Houses of Con gress, in the sincere desire and determina tion ol all them to conduct affairs of Gov ernment in such a manner its to secure the best interests of the whole people. AVe hereby declare that we will sustain them ii all constitutional etlorts to restore peace, prdor and permanent unlcm. ! The second resolution declares that in Andrew Johnson' we recognize a patriot true and tried, and will support hitu in all constitutional etlorts to restore national au thority, laws and order a mo lit: the people of the States lately in rebellion oh the bssis of equal justice to an men, and that we pledge to the Administration, executive and legis lative, otfr united and hearty co-operation iu all wise and prudent measures devised for the security ol the Government against rebellion and insurrection in time to come: i anrl'alhlth ItiHrn-at t r f li a Tpncl.rA.if Avrw.iea ; entire confidence ii7 the Union majority in Courress Resolved, That it is the providence of the legislative branch of the Government to de termine the question of reconstruction, and Jin the exercise ot that power Congress ishould: have in view the loyalty of the people of those States, and their devotion 'to the Constitution and obedience to law, and until the people of those States prove theuwelves loyal to the Government, they hould not be restored to rights enjoyed be "'fore rebellion. i That no man who voluntarily participa ted in rebellion ought to be admitted to a seat in Congress; under the constitution of tne united btates, the power ti deter? : mine the qua! ideations requisite for elect ors rests with the States respectively. ! .That the Union of these States has not and cannot be dissolved except by succcss . :ful revolution. i That Instfce and duty demand equaliza tion of bounties to our national defenders. After the adoption, of the resolutions the- uonvention adjourned. ' 1 :. FROM HALIFAX. Meeting of Parliament—Lieutenant Governor's Speech. 1 Halifax. Feb. 22. Parliament met to day. Lieut. Gov. Williams made a speech, which congratulates the members upon the condition of the Province. Its trade and the receipts from other sources greatly ex ceeds any previous year.- The Lieut Gov ernor Is gratiiled ,at the conditional the militia regiments; that- not .withstanding the efforts of the British North American colonies, theU. S. adhered to their determi nation to abrogate tha reciprocity treaty; Is sanguineof theco-operation of the provinces and the fostering care of England, and that trade will be so . directed In new channels hnd the fisheries protected to meet the emergency forced upon us;' 'Contracts for a railway from True'ro to New Brunswick, and from Windsor to Annapolis, have Been inade. .The speech was silent upon the question ofj Uie confederation of the. prov inces. ' "' ..'. i ; -,' .'.,' FROM MONTREAL. The Executive Council Adjourned —Caution to American Fishermen. 1 ,,mea.,;;,;i r, ..-..,, . i,,,.i.r ...V , 1 i 'MotRBiLj 'Feb. 1 23. Meotiplgs of the (Executive Council nave been brought to a Icdoso.i Subjects' under coiislderatiou :were the 'abrogation of the reciprocity treaty ilrontier defenses and public; Health meas- jures. , . . '' .. ., ' y, i ..';,'.' . " ; : i. A proclamation has been issued caution ,ng American fishermen against in-shore flsUerics alter the 17th ol March next. ' A proclamation to prevent the importa tion of diseased cattle will appear in the nett issue of the Canada Gazette. .:' Letters from Commissioners to the West Indies report" satisfactory .progress. "They hope to complete their; investigatlau early in March. , .. ' . . 1 FROM BOSTON. The Legislature Won't Indorse the President. BostonJI Feb. 22.vlh' Ihe .Massachusetts House of Representatives yesterday after- noon, .a series of , resolutions were intro duced regretting the act oi .President John son a vetoing' th Freedmen's Bureau bill and asserting that it la the duty of the Pres ident to give the negroes that protection lor which bis honor stands pledged, and to whicX'thei gallant conductor the colored soldiers entitles them. The resolutions were refcrrpd to the committee on. Federal .Jtela- tlOna T '.,i':l.--i ' I: V i :'rf..M n'i.i ' . ' The House refused to receive a resolution thanking the President tor his veto message by a vote Pj,t)Q tol81' ,,1 :,', ir. r iM h- 1 ! . ! "VTW '1 u i . (- SANFRAjfcisco, Feb. 22. The -LegiBlai tore having passed a eoqenrrent resolution recommending the appointment ' ot Fredi erlck Billings to a seat in the Cabinet, the Governor JhaSi approved the resolution This ' action,' however, was taken- before anything - was known of ' tbe President's veto of the Freedmen's Bateau bill, i The .anniversary of Washington's birth day was feelebrated here by f lare mHtda ry processiOTimdthe'ruU'BUpeiisIonrjt busmtgs:J 'i- . .'''.' Vr i':i.c, TjoO .) A JjAjiI i iwli 1 in I-.-jL' President. FROM MEXICO. 1 Nr. York,-Feb. 22.-Latit Mexican' hews by steamer' More (Jastrcstal that the two reKfislbitf edltoM ef 'the1 Corretln newspaper, published atOrixaba had beeir Imprleotierl for alleged infringement of the Imperial press laws and propriety. 'EdltorsJ of three othfir" tiewsfmpers' had been ttotl fled by Government olllcers that their jourV nals would be suspended unless theychahgr ed their toner ? - i- ttt - A number of Rephbllearr1 bfllccfrf who surrendered nt Papantta iliave - arrived at Vor Cruz. General Pieras, Imperialist!, had been appointed to the command of the1, State of Slualoa. . , ,'s ; , . , .', ", . , ! The railroad in coiifse of 'construction between Puebla and Mexico City will, It is expected, he completed by fllay next. - Washington's Birthday. Nlcw Youk, Feb. 22. Busmess IfHtfOs city is ' generallj suspended.' Flags are flying, military parading the streets? arid! much enthusiasm is manifested, butno gen eral celebration. "' , f i Cincinnati. February 22. Washington's birthday is beingquletly celebrated to-day. ' io demonstrations of con'sequence.'.; - ' Madison, Ind.. Feb. 22. Salutes are be ing fired here to-day, the bells are sending forth a merry peal, business is generally' suspended, aud flags are flying in honor of, Washington's birthday. . . 't t.i i..m 1 Washington, Feb. 22 The birthday of Washington is being duly celebrated here. . Business is nearly altogether suspended and public departments are closed in honor of the day. Fines are flying in all directions. Weather Is brjgt, calm and spring like,. ! Baltimork,- Feb. 22. The day ii ' Ob- ' served here by an almost total suspension Of business and general display of tlagsjj i i 1 n T - "T" . . T . i vviiEELiNO, rv. vaM rcu. za. vr asning ton's blrthdav was celebrated bv the dis play of bunting, and his Farewell Address was read in both Draucnes oi tne .Legisla ture. . : . .i . .'' T ! A salute of one hundred guns was fired ' during the day in honor ,of the veto, of the freed men's Bureau bill. 'A large meeting of conservatives, presided over by Mayor bweeney, is being held to-night. Much rejoicing is msaitestod.' A harraoulom; ! Meeting is also being held in the House Of ' elegatcs by Union members of the Leg J slature anu citizens, to adopt a platform : tor the ensuing campaigns , , , s,.',.. ; Financial. 1 Nkw York, Feb. 22. At the Stock Ex- ' change to-day a close holiday , was observed In honor of the birthday of Washington. The Sub-Treasury, the banks and other financial iutitutlons t losed. and the street" was almost deserted. Very few brokers are to be found in their oflices.' In .compliance With the act of the .Legislature of (.bis State, no contracts are fulfilled to-day, and those which were not attended to yesterday im i war fill lA.mnrrAiu. The nominal prices quoted this morning re as follows; U. S. C'a'81 coupons 104; connons'62 10 10-40 coupons 94; U. 8,' cert'iflcates Missouri C's 78; New. York Central l)l;Krie 80? j!; Hudson River 102', Reading OUJa'; Mich1gHnCentrallO-2i Michigan Southern 09; Pittsburgh 78; Northwestern 27'.; do preferred MJ-; To ledo 107; Rixik Island 1W; Fort Wayne' 1)3; Z; Ohio & Mississippi certificates 25. - I . w-r. Philadelphia, Feb. 22. An agency for the sale of bonds of the Irish Republic, lias! been established iu this city, by Walnwright H, vo.r Banners. ' G v YOUNG LIEU I' Qualify yourselves for Business by at ttndiDg ( 'this capitae, city business college; i f Book Reqilng, . Penmanship, -' : c MathcniatTcCrr Tclcgrapby., , rr ; ; ' and Phonography THOROUGHLY TAUQUT. (i r ' r : j i STUDENTS COMMENCE IT ANY', Time. - t This in the only Institution in tbe Staid wlimh rnUe a- liberal discouni. in Invnrut all ixuiur College Journal sent free. Address, W. L Marshall. & Co.., , , ColHssiboa, O. ... i A f Mr. W. H. 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The most delight ful fragrance fo 1heyfis imparted, " If you wish to restore your hairf-ns - in yonth,andtretain it through life,' without delay pbtraiasej a bottle of each ofMrs S. 1. Mien1 . iWorid's MSair. Mem Uorer and Dressing:11 4 i,J lold by Dragg-lUttirtmghout tha World. ,;,lt8 999 GHMnawk-k ttU. rTrw.Tewk.l . ..1- ' a ' ' (T a - ' a ' " octi'te-deoaAwly l1 .;t Estate Notice. T HAVE BKEK APPOINTED AND QUALM A i find Adnriniitrator ef Aha state of I'altwjiu JloComnivn,ltt of Fxia,(iouu,ghKt bimary?lviaaa, ,:i u;rj.j' feia-wJ?1 !i la:- IJE.-Oh COMMERCIAL MATTERS. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. Cincinnati Market. r IiOUK--Puporfl ne 77 75 extra at I SO-IBt WlfliAT-(ld red is heM nt Ji. aoiLi?0',.- loel buyer. No. 1 bew rerl Is ,rtflred at SI T&ai M land Inferior frwiM at l K91 . Chiraao Hrrririf ex"ralni11 " "1 l "fofl .:"NrI',Pf,?'rJ1in,,T,l, M ft Wo IiWled ,7rl1 n. w gnnniw. -fialo werw Wra2:.fc" :"' ''a " UPI VuT 'JA l rt-Are dull, and prlisToWer: eioein: at 31r fhr tin. S and mnmx tot tin. I. , "rtD 'KOViMIUNrt-liie hlithet kfd 'rf clt' 'm, rVjkwa. fit , but fflmt rliw. eity branch we . , . - v-- .ruin Mwnu. Bm U '1 11 , Willi- nut chant uipr o. . Bheuiders are keld at 11 k 11 Vo; Hi lira at iaui.. .ml .in.. K;j". lnone.'' H-onn remains enrhanwd.. Thm l.iT..,i.T 1ntlbina-ni.nrl t 111 1HU ...III'. ,,. Hi. "i i""' .Sides, andclrar Hides. Wuiar-cnred Hams are belj t its for eanvased and racked. There is a Iix.dinl, oniry ror i.arri at iw lor prime city, but bolder are lirm t He hicher. .. .. .. 7. , , un . t j . . V . ' Sl.'o.end' JluUu( Hnear 13sice; hard refined Mkm HAT-ASull bar stendr tun fur prime Timothy, on arrival. , . N- WHIHK V-lae coarlset fur bonded 1 flnheT Vrld kskin( o 1- ree remain Hull.- The rnculardralirj are essinc a u. outride fartreaoasi not vbtalB above I ltk3 io. ; ... i f l lir " ! "i'.r Cleveland Market. i FLaiJtt-tJlty Didhi;rr;tW76UW;fXXij rert-$ll 75 12 Oe lor XX wta U. ; "Tpi : WHE A't-Sales 4 ear Ko. 1; ililwauk- .print aV l o: 1 car No. J red winter at 1 80... ..,,,; .,, , OOKN-Sa'e Scars new sbelled ai Soo:' "" W 'OATS Sales 1 ear at SOo; cars at 35o; 1 ear at 7o. ... . ... , f. ... . - r ' .( .1 I RYE-Heldatefreloe. . " - --- - ! I'UHK-.Sale brls No. I moss at 0S80O; IS krla'4 ' o.Sde at Srtj Olear held t3k, ,.-,r.-i HKO-Saes Si.ooO , Conutuck A Co.' City fewlered In tiomee at l&16e. i n.a-i - , 8MOKKD JrJbATS-Selof 1000 it Tam nt Vu SOO is SbeuMersat 16e lWO fcs Dried Beef atMe. , I MKrfS JltKF-pL end uchangidav vhvo ,f if parked. ... . , . ' ElUllWrilia-ykmerliut drimaad light attt-ifa f AI.WHOI-Held si H M944I frr S Sr eawt.r it 51 for Cologne SpiriU:i 332 38 for Keitral Proof Spirits, J fk'TKUr.KIJMJ-FVea Reined held at SOo In UiTt , lorw Si3o in tmleliite. t 1 .. ' LAKE Fl.SH--vVhitefi.-h Treatand Pickerel ' 7 fiu;jerring SS , for half barrels. i HAT Miofefrem teams held at t!313.' Beatef' tneserd flood. ...... . SKKIIH-Sales 50 bush Timothy at f 00, Clover" dull aad nominal at 7697 w. . y.i ' Philadelphia Cattle Market—Feb. 19. J Beof catll continue very dull and prices rather lower; about toao head arrived and (old at from 1&4 Ntofor extra fennsylvania and weatara, 134 lee fur ' fair to good, and luli4o per ki lr eouunoet a 4v' jualit. th mark, closed very dull. J'. -!,.! HOUa Are ecare aod prioea rather better; about 1200 h 'ad arrived and sold at the different yards at from S 13 50.414 SO the loo ,nt; the lattef rat for prhne con-fed,' , ....- j i? I ;OWh prices remain about th earn a last', auoteo, out in market is very dull; 160 bead sold at from SMuWO tor (prinKers, and 4lkailuv par bead wr nilch cws as to quality. rtHKKI' Th reeelp oontiMwe larr. 'rhlntr' about sore hoad; th market isdall and prioee rather lower, with tales at S 7e per fb, crtsw, as to qvality, 1 i" ''"t AGEHT WANTEDFOH 1IFADLES , lilSTOKV ui' TUE (jliKAT HEHtlXiOa.-, The ate Rebellion sUuds out poeuliar and eitraor d i nary in huinin events: and the M agmfiqknt, SCiLtupon wbioh the war hanheen eondncted, eon-' stitutes it one of the UKANDKST ANO M03T! KRil.l.lAM OUAl'lEHS OF TUB YvVKED'S, IllHTOKY. - i I Mr. Hesdler, of all writers, is perhaps hrst qoali Bed lovortray tbe stupendous features yf the mittW contest. His previous works on les tnnnientou ' themes have placed him in the flrwt ponitHm as a oaarnio asD rowr.ar?L pklinktob or wab! BCaNRK ANn caaRJCTCHS, and the aMgoitude-andf Krandeur of the present-subject impart to hi peoA tne fire and vigor of a yet more exalted inspiration, and iuruiah ample owt fo Ui HiUHseT axuiei TioKor his PucrLt ab osifirs roa xr ilitabt ds-" ftCRimoM.- Li rider hi powerfab p theiarirring scenes of th war pnt in nmiMiitli tbeviwlnem and distinctness of a present and living reality; .while his ukkat talkht yon CUNJIKMSITION ena bles him to embody everything of Importance in A JOMFASS JfHT Sl'lTgD TO TBKtCBT.IC W ANT. From no-other sonrco can soCLlA, Apt9PBiHgMlva. AN lHPRKIiStUriOPTHI ORAND MARl.U or KVINTS be obtained essily and agreeably- as freia Mr. Headley'swork.. j.t . -r. ; Tne Second Volume, completing this work (ii.ro compltb in onr voi.u). will be issued in karch, 1861. 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'1 be most interening nd exciting book ever pub livhpik; ami brae mg Mr. KirbaKtsan'tTtraparAlUlpd experience for foni1 years.- Trairsllng' throogh tli Wouth-in thrsiwret,orTte8.of died'sibane at Vke outbleak of the war, with our armies and fleeu. both East and West, his thrilling earn ore, his eon firjemeirl ; frTttr ety m-rattu to sevtn differeat tekO prisons, bis escape and almost miraculous journey by night of nearly 400 miles. All those who want prof-, itani employment, ploe seed fcsajOjreaku. Ad dress, . . . , y j 'ilj JohnsonBuUfUng.Hii&tUtet'orabuSrQUo. . .',1 " " ' J.' ff.'WENTrVtfRf H. feb3-d4wlm 1A Agent. Ml . i li A CHAgLl BDTON.. Huston Gardner, Jk. jailil. UU ( - JLSit U Utji lSfl lS, - - - - One boor North 'of tha JPoetoffjoo. TTEEP CONSTANTLV ON nA'i V UINSB-U IV al (took of - i)iitH. -i t' iledioine. " a O I'errumerj. , ' . iaacyaad Toilet Good. Patent Medicines . . , bhoulderJUtaoea. . .'...A Trusae. l . - - k. jTYw Fur fWUie and Uqaotfor Medicinal purposes. L'ttfiaSCJiiKriOKa , CAREFULLY COMEOUaDfilV Daybrrrtght.'by an experienced IfruggisV ,' . ' Imported Cigars and choice Sinokinav and Chaw iDglobacoos, ' ' - i n bpecial attention is called to oar steok ot " - Whieh is the largest In the citv. StW A GAfebK tit) t jwuu-aeeaora , -i .-n i- -ivm siiiii ns.f . i NEW RESTAURANT !rn i, ''.: :i ri i' t --tv'il'ti Ai$ 1 : u 'J I'dJoi'l f j .:i oui'Dil ,im ,n.itiWl SAMPLE ROOr.lG!- DEALER IK I (Mnitl iT-Wn i,.t,.'h FOBEIG ipriESTIC WINES, LIQUORS, AND CICAR3, ! ,t-hcoiSf thrbt,5riU; Y37J07 lit. All HI - N. 1M lilk nich fJlreet "IHA a.,."! T1 . ., it 'i- f f Xet- th OeMoaavXaloma4H,s)hM janlS-d3na.i tart "'i'"Ml tr THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE OrENEDL an Auction and km a. C- i in .!' T1 "1 and wmurt union tMseinea.' ioa aSaleewf tiudtKif -preperay ptoaaptUr atUaiedi to,ithetinoityreonu;y. v ., i , , I , Household Furniture old erery Wsu-kM.jpxmlaai Vthoom,ooaroanqiiigat7o'elwiki.- i , .u i, Also. 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